Jesper Fast

#19 RW / N.Y. Rangers / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 185 lb Age: 24 College: None

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Pairs with Brassard, collects pair of assists

    Fast collected a pair of assists in Monday's 6-3 victory over the Sabres. One of the few skaters who earned head coach Alain Vigneault's praise after Sunday's loss to Ottawa, the 24-year-old rookie didn't disappoint alongside Derick Brassard (five points) and J.T. Miller (one goal). Fast now has three points in as many games heading into the All-Star break. In 47 games, Fast is plus-5 with seven goals and 17 points.

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Continues consistency, despite the loss

    Fast found the netting for the sixth time of the season in a 5-3 loss to the Predators on Monday. Not too shabby for the recently turned 24-year-old Swedish sophomore. Most importantly, Fast is beginning to string together the points, having logged four (two goals, two assists) of his season-total 12 points in last six tilts.

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Plays with second line, collects assist

    Fast logged an assist in Sunday's loss to the Capitals. More eye-opening was the season-high 17-plus minutes of ice time the young forward logged alongside of second-liners Derek Stepan and Chris Kreider. With this latest four-game spurt (goal and two assists), Fast brings his season total to 11 points in 33 games. As long as he continues to register points, there's no reason to believe head coach Alain Vigneault won't continue to reward him with top-six minutes. Keep a close eye on the 24-year-old Swedish sophomore.

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Hits empty net

    Fast scored an empty-net goal to seal the win Tuesday against Edmonton. Fast notched goal number five, making that nine points for the season. Playing on the Rangers' second line, the young winger appears to be adjusting well to the NHL game and needs one more goal to tie his career high from last year.

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Nets fourth of the season

    Fast netted his fourth goal of the season in a 4-1 win over Ottawa on Sunday. The 24-year-old is showing signs of life after going pointless in seven straight in November. Sunday's empty-netter marks three points in the last six tilts for the bottom-six Swede. Fast has four goals and eight points through 26 games played.

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Lands on scoresheet again

    Fast scored the game's first goal Tuesday night, leading to a 3-0 win over the Hurricanes. Fast now has goals in back-to-back contests as he's made good on his only two shot attempts over that span. The 23-year-old has three goals and two helpers with a 14:20 TOI average after 13 games, which tells us that he is doing well with only a modest amount of ice time in 2015-16.

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Nets second goal in win

    Fast scored his second of the season in a 4-1 win over the Coyotes on Saturday. The 23-year-old Fast has two goals and four points through his first 12 games played. While It's nice to see the Swedish forward get on the board, the opportunities for fantasy impact come few and far between as he continues to log bottom-six minutes.

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    Rangers' Jesper Fast: Could dress Thursday in Montreal

    Fast could dress in Thursday's tilt against Montreal reports Andrew Gross of The Record. Fast served as a healthy scratch in the team's last two tilts, including most recently for Tanner Glass in Tuesday's loss to Winnipeg. While the 23-year-old lacks the experience of the team's other fourth line forwards (Jarret Stoll, Dominic Moore), the young Swede's contributions to last season's playoff-run are clearly not forgotten. Either way, Fast's fantasy value is heavily impacted by his inability to get beyond fourth line duties.

  • Returning to team's fourth line unit

    News: Jesper Fast will start the season on the team's fourth unit reports Andrew Gross of The Record.
    Analysis: Although the team had several openings after saying goodbye to Carl Hagelin and Martin St. Louis in the offseason, it appears Jesper Fast will return to the team's fourth line. It's not all bad news as head coach Alain Vigneault will likely tinker all season and the youngster could learn a thing or two playing alongside Dominic Moore and newcomer Jarret Stoll. The 23-year-old Fast has six goals and 14 points through 69 career NHL games.
  • Fast Re-Signs With Rangers

    News: Jesper Fast signed a two-year, $1.9 million contract with the Rangers on Wednesday, Larry Brooks of the New York Post reports.
    Analysis: Jesper Fast will return to a bottom-six role with the Rangers in 2015-16. He registered a total of 14 points in 58 games with the big club last season, numbers he will hope to improve on in what will likely be his first full season in the NHL in 2015-16.
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